The Walking Liberty half dollar was issued by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1947. The coin was designed by Adolph A. Weinman. A modified version of Weinman's design has been used for the obverse of the Silver American Eagle since 1986.
20 coins for a face value of $10
7.15 oz of 90% Silver
Coins will be dated from 1916 to 1947
Mintmarks on the Walking Liberty half dollar were on the obverse in 1916, the obverse or reverse in 1917, and from 1918-1947 on the reverse. The Walking Liberty half dollar is one of the most collectible and beautiful silver coins in American history.
Junk silver refers to silver coins minted before 1965 that contain 90% silver content. The value of these coins are from the bullion value of precious metal content of the coin and not from the collectability of the coin. Beginning in 1965 silver coins minted in the United States contained more copper and nickel and less silver. Silver coins like the Walking Liberty half dollar were taken out of circulation and began to be saved by the public as fiscal insurance against economic hardships.
These junk silver bags have become a great way to invest in precious metals and serve as a rainy day fund for many people. Actual dates of coins will be determined by stock on hand at the time your order is placed.
Wholesale Coins Direct has many other junk silver bags available as well as silver bullion, gold bullion, and Investment Grade Coins.